Several old locomotives, from left to right, 272 (built in 1927), 278 (built in 1954), 318 (ALCO built in 1958), unknown and a Talgo series 353 (built in 1958).
The disappeared Talgo III Basque Country-Madrid under the iconic silhouette of the Osborne bull.
When the Talgo III was responsible for trains between the Basque Country and Madrid, was possible to shoot twice to the unmatched Talga that was in charge of its traction. The first shot was befor... (more)
Train Talgo Irún-Madrid at Salvatierra.
Everything that appears in this photo is history. 352 locomotives abandoned services for over 11 years and the only unit preserved decomposes slowly in Las Matas. The Talgo III also was withdrawn ... (more)
Talgo loco 352001 nears Moreda with the 1450 Almeria to Madrid. At Moreda the train will combine with another portion from Granada. 352001 is named Virgen del Rosario.
The train Talgo Billba/Irún-Madrid in Lerma.
The Talgo Bilbao/Irún-Madrid in Villamayor de los Montes.
The Talgo Basque Country-Madrid in charge of the locomotive named "Virgen de la Soledad" in Pancorbo.
The Talgo Irun/Bilbao-Madrid in Lerma Station.
The 15.00 Bilbao to Madrid Talgo climbs towards the pass of Pacorbo near Bujedo just south of Miranda de Ebro. I gather the last of these, now venerable Talgo trains, is about to be or has been ta... (more)